Summary of the latest spring soaker in the books for ON & QC via EC.
Weather summary for Ontario and the National Capital Region updated by Environment Canada at 10:27 p.m. EDT Monday 1 May 2017. Discussion. If April showers bring May flowers, there may be a lot of flowers this month. A large and strong Texas low has brought significant rainfalls to much of Southern Ontario and parts of Northeastern Ontario near Northern Lake Huron Sunday into today. Thunderstorms brought very heavy downpours to a number of localities both days, resulting in locally higher amounts such as in Trenton and Welland. There were also a number of reports of flooding over Southern and Central Ontario according to social media. Following below are total rainfall amounts reported from this rainfall event. Rainfall amounts as of 6.00 PM today unless otherwise noted. Location and Total Rainfall Amount in Millimetres Windsor 25.0 Harrow 26.5 Ridgetown 27.0 Delhi 36.2 Brantford 32.2 Port Weller 54.2 Welland 66.1 Goderich 32.5 Tobermory 36.3 Wiarton 37.0 as of 2 PM Mount Forest 39.3 Elora 27.9 Toronto City 41.3 Barrie 39.6 Orillia 49.2 Muskoka 41.4 Beatrice 46.3 Parry Sound 40.8 Algonquin Park 59.7 Petawawa 46.0 Pembroke 50.0 Bancroft 54.0 Peterborough 55 mm estimated Cobourg 54.2 Trenton 67.7 as of 7 PM Brockville Kingston 48.1 as of 8 PM Ottawa Airport 47.0 as of 6 PM Ottawa 65.5 as of 9 PM Kemptville 57.8 as of 9 PM Sudbury 26.2 Gore Bay 25.4 Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report. End/OSPC
Weather summary for Quebec issued by Environment Canada at 10:44 a.m. EDT Tuesday 2 May 2017. Discussion. A system that crossed Southern Quebec dumped significant rainfall since Sunday afternoon. The following is a summary of weather event information received by Environment Canada. 1. Summary of rainfall amounts in millimetres since 9 a.m. Sunday: Abitibi: 20 to 30 Pontiac: 49 Upper Gatineau: 40 to 50 Mont-Tremblant: 42 Laurentians: 58 Lachute - Saint-Jérôme: 50-70 Metro Montreal - Laval: 40 to 50 Vaudreuil - Soulanges - Huntingdon: 40 to 50 Richelieu Valley - Saint-Hyacinthe: 30 to 45 Lanaudière: 50 to 60 Eastern Townships: 25 to 35 Drummondville - Bois-Francs: 40 to 55 Mauricie: 50-60 Québec: 30-40 Charlevoix: 50 La Tuque: 25 to 35 Montmagny: 27 Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report. End/QSPC
This complex will continue it’s track into Atlantic Canada over the next couple of days where SWS are in place for NB and a variety of more wintry warnings are up for NL where freezing rain & snow are on the table.
06z RGEM accumulated precip-type @ hour 48:
The theme in the east will be stubborn to change through the medium range, with the next large disturbance on the move this week following a brief break in the action. The blocked flow suggests this storm may not be able to exit stage right all that quickly, leading to potentially prolonged cool and unsettled conditions.
00z CMC hour 96 / 108 / 120:
Total QPF for days 1-7 from the WPC:
On to the Euro weeklies, here’s the verification of the April 13th run spanning the period from the 20th to the 27th.
My version of the latest update.